Lack of diesel | Schools of “Peace Spring” area is suspended for students
Al-Hasakah province: Schools in Ras Al-Ain countryside within “Peace Spring” area north western of Al-Hasakah were suspended after the civilians refused to send their children to school for lack of heating diesel material in schools and the high costs of transportation, coinciding with the snow and heavy rainfall in the region.
According to reliable SOHR sources, the price of one litre of diesel reached 5,000 Syrian Liras, which reaches via smuggling from SDF-held areas and only bought by rich people, where schools and other institutions do not receive the proper support and attention as education is limited to subjects of the factions and is taught in Turkish language.
On January 21, “Al-Sultan Murad” faction, which is affiliated to the “National Army”, took over a school in Al-Safh village southern of Ras Al-Ain within “Peace Spring” area, and turned it into a military base.
According to reliable SOHR sources, members of the faction refused to leave the school to residents of the town to continue their children’s education, where the students were forced to receive lessons in small rooms that are not sufficient for their number, forcing them to continue education in the headquarters of the agricultural extension that is not designed for education.
On the same context, residents of the town demanded the faction to leave the school and empty it from armed members, for their children to continue their education.
This came in light of the security chaos in areas held by Turkish forces and their proxies.